Monaco Inter Expo is a Monegasque public limited company with the State as its sole shareholder. The Administrative Board is composed of 7 administrators. The goal of the Administrative Board is to determine the strategic orientations of Monaco Inter Expo and to ensure their implementation and a good management of the company’s activities.
A word from the President
“Showcasing the Principality of Monaco during such large-scale promotional events, expositions, exhibitions, trade fairs or conferences is the goal of Monaco Inter Expo, acting as the cornerstone of the organisation, the support and the incubation of all the ideas likely to accurately highlight Monaco’s messages to the world.
Conveying our ideas revolves around developing the international attractiveness of our country to make it better known and better understood, in its intricacies, its uniqueness, the diversity of its proposals, as well as the positioning and the policy of H.S.H Prince Albert II especially in the fields of the Environment or Sustainable development.
Initially, the goals of Monaco Inter Expo (MIE) were out of the borders.
Aside from the organisation of the different Pavilions of Monaco, MIE supports the promotion of global goals presented by the Bureau International des Expositions (BIE) such as:
- Education and responsibilisation of the public in terms of good ecological behaviour,
- The promotion of innovation,
- The support of collaboration between countries and cultures.
MIE is a Monegasque public limited company (SAM, Société Anonyme Monégasque) that will celebrate its twentieth anniversary this year and that is owned by the Monegasque State. It is under the supervision of the Department of External Relations (Département des Relations Extérieures et de la Coopération).
The goal to effectively and constructively participate in such large-scale expositions that are key for the international influence of the Principality requires a continuous process of reflection in conveying a message, that of our Sovereign Prince, that goes beyond the scale of our Principality, and that must be heard and understood on all continents.”